Insurgents launched bomb attacks across Iraq Sunday as authorities worked to identify the remains of dozens of people killed late Saturday in Musaayib.
Saturday's bomber set off his explosives near a fuel truck in the center of the town south of Baghdad, killing more than 90 people.
Meanwhile, in Baghdad, a wave of four bomb attacks against police and military convoys killed nine Iraqis Sunday.
To the north, a roadside bomb killed a U.S. soldier in Kirkuk. In other developments, outgoing Iranian President Mohammed Khatami welcomed Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to Tehran with a pledge to increase security cooperation with Baghdad.
Mr. Khatami called the visit a turning point in relations between the two countries, which fought a devastating eight-year war in the 1980s.